Exploring Bairro Alto
You can enjoy a wide variety of cuisines while you look for Bairro Alto property for sale. Relish in the mouthwatering taste of ceviche, crabs in miso, beetroot with lamb, or tiramisu. Additionally, this place is famous for its nightlife and thus offers you various cocktails that can be spicy or sweet. You can spend your time soaking in nature in an alfresco restaurant while browsing for property for sale in Bairro Alto Lisbon. Here are some of the top ones: A Cevicheria, Essencial, Queimado, Zé Verunca, and Valdo Gatti.
Bairro Alto's Rua do Norte is famous for recycled plastic bags, customized t-shirts, and a unique restaurant. Also, there are tile stores everywhere in Bairro Alto as they've been manufactured here for ages. If 'property for sale Bairro Alto Lisbon' is your top Google search, you can also start looking for tiles for your home. These experts will custom manufacture a tile for you and deliver it at a very reasonable price. Cork & Co, on Rua das Salgadeiras is another great option that offers design pieces made of cork (completely degradable) and turns them into bags, furniture, and jewelry.
Things To Do in Bairro Alto
Igreja de São Roque
This Roman Catholic church is lavishly decorated in Baroque style. One of its chapels was adorned with opulent materials like gold and ivory, agate. Three ships are known to have delivered heavy materials from Rome to Lisbon during the construction of the church in the 18th century. A museum adjacent to the church houses an extensive collection of old religious art, including sculptures, paintings, jewelry, and Flemish tapestries.
Bairro Alto is recognized as Lisbon’s party zone. The neighborhood becomes increasingly crowded as the weekend approaches. Most pubs in the area are small, this is why spilling out into the streets, bouncing from bar to bar while holding a drink is very common here. Luckily, there are plenty of choices. During the summer, visit one of Bairo Alto’s great rooftop bars, for a cocktail and panoramic views of the city.
Fado at Tasca do Chico
This historic pub is a great place where you can watch a Fado performance. While you’re exploring the district, heat to Tasca do Chico to enjoy a glass of wine and listen to Fado, a music genre specific to Portugal. The show starts at around 8 p.m. but make sure to arrive early to secure a table. A Fado night is a must-do while you’re visiting Lisbon.
Pastéis de Nata at Manteigaria
This Bairro Alto bakery is a great alternative to Pastéis de Belém, the city’s world-famous shop. Treat yourself to a tasty pastry for an early breakfast or a late-night snack at any time of day, as the bakery is open until midnight. Because there isn’t much seating here, take a box and eat your pastries on the go. Enjoy!
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